Indie Mags: In Clover

In Clover magazine cover in hand

In Clover is a beautiful and inspiring adventure magazine with a focus on slow living and offline escapes. I picked up a copy of volume two at ‘Magazines For Good‘, a STACK magazines event to raise money for refugees, at the end of last year, and over the dark winter months it’s been the perfect magazine to inspire some wanderlust to plan 2016 adventures.

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I find that beautiful photography is a feature of most independent magazines, but I am especially astonished by how beautiful the photography is in In Clover every time I open it. The magazine’s three person team consists of an editor (Bryony Hipkin), creative director (Olivia Gray) and art director (Alice Grindley) and their passion for photography is really clear. It was such a joy to slow down and enjoy every image on the page; a perfect way to escape offline and embrace slow living.

In Clover magazine palm tree beach

In Clover tree photo

In Clover magazine cover